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Lessons from the Playroom

Dec 10, 2019

"Diet is just another partner in crime contributing to the symptoms that show up in the playroom." - Lisa Dion

The connection between gut and brain is becoming more widely studied and gaining in increased importance. For children who struggle, this brings up the possibility that what they're eating is feeding underlying dysfunction. Diet might not be the sole answer, but it could play a vital role in finding a solution.

Join Lisa Dion, LPC, RPT-S, and Kelly Miller, LCSW, RPT-S, as they explore this intriguing topic.

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